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If I may res­ur­rect the sub­ject of fuel ad­di­tives, I have been un­able to ride since last Septem­ber but this morn­ing I started my 1968 T100C which has been un­touched since then. It has had un­leaded petrol treated with Star Tron in the tank dur­ing the lay-up and it started first kick and ran per­fectly for a trip of about twenty miles. In the past fuel from the same source has gone off af­ter a few months, so I am a con­vert.

Robert Wal­lis, mem­ber 2134

We too use a sim­i­lar goop when lay­ing up posh shiny bikes for win­ter (and scruffy hor­rorbags for sum­mer, just to main­tain cos­mic equi­lib­rium), and… so far, so good. Re­mem­ber to brim the petrol tank be­fore you add the ad­di­tive. Star Tron is widely avail­able – F2 Mo­tor­cy­cles and We­moto cer­tainly stock it. Rowena

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